My name is Bruce Mikells. Some of the things I enjoy most are reading those long receipts from the drug store, making ceramic statues of cheese, and folding fitted sheets. I have made guest appearances on Happy Days, McMillan and Wife, and Rescue 911. In each case I played a dead body.
2020 Hurricane Names Revealed
If preseason forecasts are correct we could go from Arthur to at least Laura during the 2020 tropical season.
Driving Less? Don’t Cancel Your Car Insurance, Here’s Why
There are ways to lower your insurance cost during these times of less driving. Suspending your coverage might not be the best option for you.
All-American Linebacker Transferring to LSU
Jabril Cox, an FCS All-American, will be eligible to play for the Tigers in the upcoming season.
High Water Temperatures in the Gulf Could Mean More Storms
The above-average temperatures could spawn stronger and more frequent severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in addition to hurricanes.
Second Inmate Dies at Oakdale Federal Lockup
The prison is implementing drastic measures to minimize the spread of the deadly disease among its population.
SSI Recipients to Get Stimulus Checks Automatically
The IRS has announced that Social Security recipients will not need to file tax returns in order to earn a stimulus check.
Iconic New Orleans Jazzman Ellis Marsalis Dies at 85
The educator and performer died Wednesday night from pneumonia believed to have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 virus.
Bureau of Prisons Release Statement on Oakdale Prison Death
The statement explains why the prison is no longer testing symptomatic prisoners for the virus.
Today is Census Day – Here’s How You Can Do Your Part
Options for filling out your census form include in-person, online, via phone, or you can use the postal service.
Louisiana Leaders Support One Buggy, One Person Rule
Community leaders say the best way to minimize exposure to COVID-19 is to not shop in groups or as a family.
Shaquille O’Neal Distances Himself From Netflix ‘Tiger King’
The basketball star is now having to explain his reasons for being on the show.
Louisiana’s Seafood Industry Need Us Now More Than Ever
The coronavirus pandemic is really putting a bite on Louisiana's seafood industry. Here's how you can help our state's fishing families.